(HOUSTON) -- Ten people were injured in the Houston area Friday when a bounce house blew away at a school fair.
The bounce house, rented for River Oaks Baptist School, went airborne in the football field with children inside when there was just a slight amount of wind, according to ABC News affiliate KTRK-TV.
Parents managed to grab a hold of the structure when it landed, causing injuries for 10 students and adults.
Among the injuries was a mother who said she was hit in the head by a second grader and a student who walked away with a black eye, KTRK-TV reports.
It is so far unclear if the bounce house was anchored to the ground.
Leanne Reynolds, the head of school at River Oaks, notified parents about the incident in a phone message.
"At the fair this afternoon, the wind blew an inflatable bounce house that had been rented for the event," she said Friday according to KTRK-TV. "Approximately 10 people -- students and adults -- incurred non-life threatening injuries. We ask you to join us in keeping them in your thoughts and prayers."
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